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Travel Blogs from Napa
... vendor these were her words...we laughed for hours about this one. The lady to vendor "where are the fingers on a chicken?"...he was selling chicken fingers LOL...omg and she was serious!
Our day of wine tasting began around 11 first stop Beringer Estate, we were hoping to have lunch there and a tasting but turns out it was just a tasting which was good. We sampled some really nice wine there and purchased a few wines, Private Reserve ...
... and BEACHES..... Arriving late at campsite No 2... HELLOOOO!!!!!!! From Pip The dolphins were amazing! We were with a dolphin called Chelsea who has 6 children - 5 boys and one girl! We got to watch her do everything which she had been taught! The best thing I enjoyed with Chelsea was riding on her back and how she was amazing and took you right back to your seat! Along with all her other tricks! We got to dance with her kiss her! It was an experience of a life ...
Harlan: (remember, click on the first picture in the article to expand & see comments)
Another very warm day in the Napa CA valley. If this keeps on, we'll be buying raisins rather than wine while we are here. Needed to catch up on some computer work so stayed close to 'home' most of the day.
On the walks with Aragon we checked out the grounds of the Napa Valley Expo. ...
When we were at Russian River, we didn't really get to experience a winery. Instead of going to San Francisco, I suggested we drive to Napa Valley.
We stopped at Vallejo for breakfast at Good Day Cafe, and then headed to the wineries. Stephen had never been to Napa, so I suggested the most famous one: Robert Mondavi.
The last time I was at Mondavi, the tour ...
Sonoma and Napa - Wine Country
This trip over the Golden Gate Bridge offered Greg a slightly better view!
Wine country here is a lot like wine country at home... Just greener.
We took a limo bus... and yes it was like a bus, but inside, like a limo. Lunch and snacks included as well as 5 stops. Wine tasting was mostly well priced - but never enough to give you a happy buzz.
First stop ...